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Thursday, June 19, 2008

WSOP Newz, Day 21

I think the internets are broken. I was over reading the Tao of Poker, getting an update on what's shaking today at the World Serious Of Poker, and I saw this:

Here are today's final tables...

Event #33 $5,000 Stud 8 - Final Table:
Seat 1: Dawn Summers (Brooklyn, NY) - 44,000
Seat 2: Marcel Luske (Amsterdam, Holland) - 308,000
Seat 3: Steve Sung (Torrance, CA) - 207,000
Seat 4: Annie Duke (Los Angeles, CA) - 277,000
Seat 5: Alessio Isaia (Cuneo, Italy) - 398,000
Seat 6: Sebastian Ruthenberg (Hamburg, Germany) - 663,000
Seat 7: Chris "Jesus" Ferguson (Pacific Palisades, CA) - 434,000
Seat 8: Bob Beveridge (Vancouver, BC, Canada) - 280,000

Event #32 $1,500 NL - Final Table:
Seat 1: Dean Bui (Seattle, WA) - 211,000
Seat 2: Justin Hoffman (Alpharetta, GA) - 138,000
Seat 3: Jose Luis Velador (Lake Elsinore, CA) - 1,898,000
Seat 4: Dany Georges (Burbank, CA) - 1,082,000
Seat 5: Utsab Saha (Fremont, CA) - 961,000
Seat 6: Kuro Kitty (Atlanta, GA) - 716,000
Seat 7: Shane Stacey (Hyde Park, VT) - 640,000
Seat 8: Osmin Dardon (West Covina, CA) - 660,000
Seat 9: Anthony Signore (Boynton Beach, FL) - 636,000


Yes, back by popular demand...
Last 5 Pros I Pissed Next To...
1. Kenna James
2. Greg "Fossilman" Raymer
3. Pearljammer
4. Hoy "ICrushBloggers" Azo
5. Layne Flack
>Curious. I had to go have a look at some earlier events and there was this...

Event #30 $10K Limit - Final Table:
Seat 1: Andy Bloch (Las Vegas, NV) - 370,000
Seat 2: Rob Hollink (Groningen, Netherlands) - 893,000
Seat 3: Tommy Hang (Seattle, WA) - 578,000
Seat 4: Cy Jassinowsky (Johannesburg, South Africa) - 231,000
Seat 5: Jerrod Ankenman (Avon, CT) - 441,000
Seat 6: Chris Vitch (San Diego, CA) - 201,000
Seat 7: Brock Parker (Silver Spring, MD) - 166,000
Seat 8: JC Tran (Sacramento, CA) - 247,000
Seat 9: Dr. Chako (Seattle, WA) - 1,232,000

And then there was this one ...

Falstaff won his first bracelet at the 2006 WSOP on the same day that his home country of Italy won the World Cup (of soccer). He had been shutout since then and won a bracelet just at the right time.

Yup. The internets are definitely broken.

Or at least cracked.

{Above content ripped off wholesale from the one and only Tao of Poker which you better go read dammit, except for edited portions, which are blamed on it being 85 degrees in my office today and are my fault sorry. Photo taken by Flipchip, the best damned poker photographer in the business and - you guessed it - ripped off. Apologies to any and all who may be insulted by the above. Special apologies to Falstaff, who is a nice guy, a fit bike riding machine and who generally doesn't look all *that* much like Max Pescatori.}


kurokitty said...

I can't vouch for what my (late) kitty does on his free time. But I hope he brings me back some vittles. lolololol

KajaPoker said...

you lie. is not nice.